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Pierre de Villars

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Pierre de Villars

Pierre de Villars (1623, Paris - 20 March 1698, Paris), known as the marquis of Villars, was a French diplomat and conseiller d'État, as well as the father of the general Claude Louis Hector de Villars. He was the illegitimate great-grandson of the Duke of Savoy, Philip II, and his parents were Claude de Villars and Charlotte Louvet de Nogaret-Cauvisson. Philip II had Claude of Savoy, who had Claude de Villars.


  • (French) Ferdinand Hoefer, Nouvelle Biographie générale, t. 45, Paris, Firmin-Didot, 1866, p. 166-7

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